|Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I bring my family?
Yes. We enjoy having both the nurse as well as their family at camp. We provide lodging for the Nurse and their family as well as meals for the entire week.
What activities or facilities are available for my family during the week?
We have a lot of activities available: volleyball, tennis, basketball, softball, Frisbee golf, horseshoes, tetherball, playgrounds. We also have a swimming pool and a number of hiking trails.
Can my children participate in camp activities?
If your child is a camper that week they will stay in a cabin. They will go to activities with their counselors. If your child is not a camper that week we ask that they not participate in activities. We want to keep camp a special experience that you get to participate in when you come as a camper. Having staff kids “drop” in and out of activities is very disruptive to the cabin groups at those activities and undermines the experience of camp as a camper.
Do I have to use my free week of camp for my own child or can it be applied to another child?
The free week of camp can be used by any child of the Nurse’s choosing.
Does my child have to attend camp the week I am a nurse?
No. Some children like to be a camper when their parent is the nurse and other children want to be a camper when their parent is not present. The free week of camp applies to any week and is not constrained to when the Nurse sending them is there.
Can I send more than one child to camp?
Yes. We give a 50% discount to additional nurse’s children who wish to attend camp.
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